Green Energy 2019 represents all the clean sources of power that are generated using the natural source of energy available on the planet, which is friendly with the environment releasing zero emissions and are also renewable. The green sources of power on planet Earth are produced by nature or by the Sun, so they are renewable and sustainable because they are never ever run out.

Green Energy 2019 Conference to take advantage of this unique opportunity and receive the proper tools and knowledge to build a stronger business. Here are just a few of the ways attending the Green Energy 2019 Conference equips you for a more successful tomorrow.


Green Energy conference comes with its own unique set of technologies, benefits, and challenges.  If not we then; WHO, If not now then; WHEN and the answer of both Who and When will be discussed in this conference. Green Energy policies, markets, and industries develop, they increasingly face new challenges, which are complicated and highly complex. The fact that significant reserves of fossil fuels are still available hampers the willingness to gives the sufficient importance to the renewables. In their competition with advanced fossil fuel and nuclear technologies, renewables encounter major challenges to commercialization, including underdeveloped infrastructure and lack of economies of scale. The success of deploying new technologies depends on the ability to build, monitor and maintain energy infrastructure, as well as train Environment scientists, Environmentalist, decision-makers, manufacturers and industry professionals at national and international levels.

Implementations of the Green Technology faces a range of economic, policy, structural and social challenges, requiring not only further technological development and investment but, Also a deeper understanding of both the success factors and the obstacles to accomplish the widespread of implementation. It will proceed by presenting and to addressing the deployment of renewable energy with an emphasis on policy, technology, and investment for renewables in the developing countries. It will continue by discussion more into the major international challenges that may explain the difficulties in the approval and implementation of renewable energy, including the effects of global learning on their introduction of renewables, also the barriers to technology and policy of diffusion. The integration as well as the combination of different energy sources from a market, policy and technical perspectives are becoming more challenging and requiring capacity building.

A great opportunity to network with your peers from academic and industry. Attendees for Green Energy 2019:


Academic Professor 

Environmental Groups

Young Researcher

Associations, Societies, & Professional Bodies

Researchers & Innovators

Funding Agencies & Fund Raisers

All the Stake Holders (Academia & Industry)



Associations and Industry leader

Green Power Providers


Electrical, mechanical and civil contractors

Concentrators, EPC companies

Sales & Marketing Professionals

Construction Companies

Component Manufacturers

Equipment Manufacturers

International organizations

Smart grid

Manufacturers of energy efficient equipment for power generation

Funding Agencies & Fund Raisers

Management Bodies

Bio-diesel / bio-ethanol distributors or refining companies

Solar cells manufacturers

Green Technology developers

Wind electric generator (WEG) manufacturers

Wind farm owners

Law Firms

Global Green Energy Market was valued at $ 1,405,646 million in 2016 and is projected to reach at $2,152,903 million by 2025, increasing at a CAGR of 4.9% from 2017 to 2025. In recent years, the share of Green Energy in the Global energy mix is on a continuous rise. Green Energy is generated from natural processes that are constantly replenished, including sunlight, geothermal heat, water, wind, tides, and various forms of biomass. Many nations across the globe have started using Green Energy for power production, owing to the rise in environmental issues such as climatic changes and depleting the ozone layer.

World's Top Renewable Energy Companies:

First Solar


Canadian Solar

Hanergy Thin Film Power Group

Vestas Wind Systems

Motech Industries

Crop Energies AG

Pacific Ethanol

France's Top Renewable Energy Companies:

Charot SA


Open Ocean


Batterie Multi Services

Conexia Energy

Sarl Ecofoucart


Aros Solar

Fonroche Environnement Urbain

Top Universities All Over The Globe:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Stanford University

Harvard University

California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

University of Oxford

University of Cambridge

ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

Imperial College London

University of Chicago

UCL (University College London)

Universities in France:

École Polytechnique


Sorbonne University

Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University

University of Paris

Paris-Sorbonne University

Paris Diderot University

Pantheon-Sorbonne University

Pantheon-Assas University

Paris Descartes University

Countries With Most Renewable Energy:


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United Kingdom




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